Wednesday, March 29, 2006

ReliGioN: More on Issac Hayes & So. Park

THe Isaac Hayes and So. Park story gets weirder!

It gets Stranger and stranger.

When we LAST left the Issac Hayes and South Park controversy, Issac had quit the Show, based on his assertions that he did not approve of the show's take on SCIENTOLOGY. But, according to "The Seattle Stranger", "Isaac Hayes did not quit "South Park." My sources say that someone quit it for him.

According to Fox News
...Hayes is in no position to have quit anything. Contrary to news reports, the great writer, singer and musician suffered a stroke on Jan. 17. At the time it was said that he was hospitalized and suffering from exhaustion.

But it’s hard to know anything since Hayes, like Katie Holmes, is constantly monitored by a Scientologist representative most of the time.

Friends in Memphis tell me that Hayes did not issue any statements on his own about South Park. They are mystified.

“Isaac’s been concentrating on his recuperation for the last two and a half, three months,” a close friend told me.

Hayes did not suffer paralysis, but the mild stroke may have affected his speech and his memory. He’s been having home therapy since it happened.

That certainly begs the question of who issued the statement that Hayes was quitting "South Park" now because it mocked Scientology four months ago. If it wasn’t Hayes, then who would have done such a thing?

Cheers and more thoughts (and wishes for his quick recovery!)

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